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The FIT TRL is the perfect bike for trail and makes you look good whilst doing it. The TRL has a top tube and down tube which adds strength whilst keeping the weight low with an integrated headtube drilled for gyro tabs, a FIT topload stem with 8.7" 2pc bars. With durable 175mm chromoly 3pc indented cranks with a sealed mid bottom bracket, 30T FIT Saw sprocket. The wheels have 14mm sealed cassette hub and a 3/8 unsealed front hub, FIT S1W rims with FIT OEM 2.4 tyres. Fitted with Wellgo Nylon pedals, alloy U brake and lever.
|FRAME MATERIAL: Chromoly Top Tube & Down Tube|
|WHEEL SIZE: 20"|
|TOP TUBE LENGTH: 21"-21.25" - Learn what size is right for you here.|
|CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 13.8"|
|HEADTUBE ANGLE: 74.5°|
|SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°|
|FORKS: Chromoly Steerer Tube, 33mm Offset|
|BARS: 8.7” X 29” 2-PC|
|STEM: Fit Forged Top Load 50mm|
|BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded 990 Mounts|
|BRAKES: 990 U-Brake|
|FRONT HUB: Unsealed|
|FRONT RIM: Fit S1W 36H Single Wall|
|REAR HUB: 14mm Cassette RHD|
|REAR RIM: Fit S1W 36H Single Wall|
|TYRES: Fit OEM 2.4"|
|SPROCKET: Fit Saw 30T|
|CRANKS: Tubular Chromoly 175mm RHD|
|BB: Mid - Sealed Bearing|
|PEDALS: Wellgo Nylon|
|SEAT: Seat/Post Combo|
This bike is only $400. It doesn't have the best quality parts, but its good for the price. Especially if you want to ride trails straight out of the box.
The 2020 Fit TRL is similar to the other Fit completes. It has some chromoly but a lot of corners were cut to achieve the $400 price. This bike only has a chromoly front triangle, single wall rims, and an unsealed front hub.
Having a 30/10 gear ratio is pretty unique for a complete. I think its pretty cool that Fit put that on this bike to complete the trail ready appeal.
I hope you don't plan on 360ing over any trails, because your wheels will not withstand any hefty crashes.
I think the idea behind this bike is cool. A trail ready complete with frame geometry the makes riding trails easy. It even has brakes and the 30/10 gearing for it.
It's a $400 bike so with that you get $400 worth of bike. It means that you might have to buy replacement parts sooner than if you bought a $700 bike.